The Leveson Inquiry has released its eagerly awaited Report. Politicians and press, victims and advocates have responded. In this day after the Leveson Report LSE Media Policy Project and Channel 4 News have teamed up to bring you reflections on the Inquiry’s Report and the responses to it. You can watch it on the Channel 4 Youtube chanel or the Chanel 4 Google + page or right here on the LSE Media Policy Project blog at 12:15 UK Time.
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